A performer holds sheet music while singing.

Jersey Sound Chorus

| Burlington County Library

Enjoy a live performance of four-part, barbershop-style harmony when the Jersey Sound Chorus, a contemporary women’s organization, takes the stage to dazzle the audience at the Burlington County Library on Saturday, Dec. 3 at 2 pm.

A member of Sweet Adelines International, the Jersey Sound Chorus performs a true American art form; there are no instruments, just women’s voices singing a cappella. The group’s repertoire includes old-time classics, as well as pop, jazz, patriotic, Broadway and holiday favorites.

Chartered in 1962, the Jersey Sound Chorus was originally comprised of 28 members known as Medford Lakes Chorus. Membership has grown over the years and today the chorus, which is based in Cherry Hill, includes women from Eastern Pennsylvania, Central and South Jersey, and the Jersey Shore. It is one of the top competitors of the 26 choruses in Sweet Adelines’ Region 19.

Registration for this performance is not required, but seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. (Please note: the library auditorium has a strict seating capacity of 250 people.)